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Class Notes for Psychology at University of Toronto Mississauga (page 279)

PSY353H5 Lecture Notes - Afterimage, Ewald Hering, Saccade

● One rock group accused of encouraging suicide by including command “do it” recorded backward ● Begg, Needham, Bookbinder – examined this by playing backwards or forwards message and tested whether people could r...

Psychology
PSY353H5
Dolderman
PSY353H5 Lecture Notes - Mental Model, Noam Chomsky, Temporal Lobe

Email UTSCnotes@gmail.com for all your exam review needs! Page 1 of 7 PSYA02 Textbook Midterm Review Notes - Chapters 10 to 13 Chapter 10: Language Speech and Comprehension • Psycholinguistics: branch of ...

Psychology
PSY353H5
Dolderman
PSY353H5 Lecture Notes - Motivation, Homeostasis, Overjustification Effect

Chapter 13: Motivation and Emotion James Olds and Milner- 1954, discovered pleasure centre in brain of rats through electrical stimulation lever Motivation: a general term for a group of phenomena that affect the nature,...

Psychology
PSY353H5
Dolderman
PSY353H5 Lecture Notes - Anorexia Nervosa, Xerostomia, Bulimia Nervosa

Learned Helplessness: • a response to exposure to an inescapable aversive stimulus, characterized by reduced ability to learn a solvable avoidance task; thought to play a role in the development of some...

Psychology
PSY353H5
Dolderman
PSY319H5 Lecture Notes - Limbic System, Lithium Carbonate, Erection

Early Treatment of Mental Disorders • Disorders always there; just viewed differently-example, person with schizophrenia may have been said to be god’s voice or spirits; possessed with devil or evil • Tre...

Psychology
PSY319H5
D.F.Campbell
PSY319H5 Lecture Notes - Siamese Fighting Fish, Pharmacology, Applied Behavior Analysis

Chapter 5: Learning and Behaviour Habituation: ● we react automatically to events: ● orienting response – organism directs appropriate sensory organ toward source of novel stimulus ● habituation – simplest form of...

Psychology
PSY319H5
D.F.Campbell
PSY319H5 Lecture Notes - Lobotomy, Cognitive Restructuring, Constipation

Chapter 18 – The Treatment of Mental Disorders MENTAL DISORDERS AND PSYCHOTHERAPY • 4 basic approaches to treatment of mental disorders: o Insight therapies o Behaviour therapy o ...

Psychology
PSY319H5
D.F.Campbell
PSY319H5 Lecture Notes - Habituation, Lateralized Readiness Potential, Franz Mesmer

Chapter 9: Consciousness Consciousness as a Social Phenomenon ● first position on consciousness is that it is not a natural phenomenon and that it is supernatural and miraculous not to be understood by human mind ● ...

Psychology
PSY319H5
D.F.Campbell
PSY319H5 Lecture Notes - Habituation, Inter-Rater Reliability, Scientific Method

Three types of scientific research: • Naturalistic observations – observation of behaviour of people or animals in their natural environment o Least formal and constrained by fewest rules o Provide found...

Psychology
PSY319H5
D.F.Campbell
PSY319H5 Lecture Notes - Epidemiology, Hydrology

Chapter13: The Science of Risk Assessment:  The basic model, partitions risk assessment into four steps: hazard identification, dose-response modeling, exposure assessment and risk characterization.  I...

Psychology
PSY319H5
D.F.Campbell
PSY319H5 Lecture Notes - Striatum, Anterograde Amnesia, Implicit Memory

Chapter 8: Memory ● memory – cognitive process of encoding, storing and retrieving information ● encoding – process by which sensory information is converted into a form that can be used by brain's memory system ● ...

Psychology
PSY319H5
D.F.Campbell
PSY319H5 Lecture Notes - Classical Conditioning, Panic Attack, Agoraphobia

Lecture #28 Mental Disorder (Part II) Ÿ Many ways in defining abnormal, but none of the definitions are complete, many ways of constituting it, but it is hard to cover all that we mean by this term Ÿ Patterns of ...

Psychology
PSY319H5
D.F.Campbell
PSY319H5 Lecture Notes - Insomnia, Dementia, Cognitive Deficit

Disorder Description Cerebral palsy A motor disorder of the brain caused by damage to the cerebrum at the time of birth. Schizoprenia ...

Psychology
PSY319H5
D.F.Campbell
PSY319H5 Lecture Notes - Insomnia, Mood Disorder, Degenerative Disease

Disorder Description Cerebral palsy A severe disorder which is caused by damage to the cerebrum at the time of birth. Schizoprenia ...

Psychology
PSY319H5
D.F.Campbell
PSY319H5 Lecture Notes - Mood Disorder, Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy

Disorder Description Cerebral palsy A motor disorder caused by damage to the cerebrum at the time of birth. Schizoprenia A ...

Psychology
PSY319H5
D.F.Campbell

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